Bufo Alvarius Toad

Inspired by the highly saught after psychadellic venom produced by a rare species of toad native to the Sonoran Desert, this guy is getting high on his own supply.

Material: High fire stoneware

Size: 30cm * 20cm * 20cm

Odobenus rosmarus

On the IUCN’s red list of threatened species, this walrus’ vibrissae (official name of a walrus’ whiskers) are made of washed up fishing nets. This piece is a critique to  critique to climate change, overfishing and ocean pollution.

Materials: High fire stoneware & reclaimed fishing net wire.

Size: 30cm * 24cm * 28cm

Ellwood Design Owl


This aviator hat wearing owl is not only ornamental but also functional. Designed to be a “vide poche” which is french for a container kept in a convenient location to empty one’s pockets when entering the house. Usually found in someone’s home when you walk through the front door.

Material: High fire stoneware

Size: 13cm * 10cm * 16cm

Elmwood Design Whale Tail

Balaena penetrabilior

In many cultures the whale tail also known as flukes symbolizes strength due to the power which it provides to the whale. It also symbolizes good luck, speed and freedom, the latter being enforced by the tail piercing hanging anchor which is itself a symbol of hope, safety and stability.

Material: High fire stoneware, cork & brass

Size: 40cm * 20cm * 20cm

More animal sculptures in the making.

Raku Fired Cubes

The ancients often symbolized the logical rational mind of man as a cube. In sacred geometry, the Archangel Metatron oversees a cube, which represents how God’s creative energy flows throughout the universe. These pieces represent the eternal connection between man all that surrounds him.

Material: High fire grogged stoneware


This series is inspired by the ocean’s never-ending motion. Caught in the stillness, this series of sculptures resemble floating ribbons in the wind.

Material: Porcelain Various sizes